2017-18 NFL Multi Week 15


We’re looking to rebound from a 2-2 record in Week 14 after a few upsets. We’ve looked through the NFL Week 15 schedule and have found the four best bets for your NFL multi.

In the first leg of our NFL Multi, we’re backing the Ravens to beat the winless Browns. After a one-point loss against the Steelers, the Ravens showed they can match it with the best in the AFC. They now get to face the lowly 0-13 Browns and with a playoff spot on the line, we can’t see them dropping this game. The head to head is in the Ravens favour with an 8-2 record. They also beat the Browns 24-10 in the first meeting this season. Overall, they have a 17-2 record against the Browns and 8-1 when they play them on the road. The Browns issue will be scoring points against a strong Baltimore D. DeShone Kizer did show signs of improvement last game with 3 touchdowns and he’s starting to find a combination with Josh Gordon. However, he still tossed 2 interceptions and has thrown 6 picks in his last 5 games. Against this defence, he’ll struggle to move the chains and we’re backing the Ravens.

The second leg of the NFL multi will be the Eagles to beat the Giants. Despite losing Wentz for the season, the Eagles have the defence to stop most NFL teams, including the Giants. Nick Foles is a solid backup Quarterback and they still rallied against the 9-4 Rams on the road last week. The Giants lost 30-10 against the Cowboys last week and their offensive woes continued with Eli Manning under centre. They also have a tough time beating the Eagles with a 1-6 record in the last 7 meetings. The Eagles were up 14-0 against the Giants in 3 quarters this season. They just held on in a 27-24 result. However, the Giants passing attack included Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall. They’re both out for this game and that’s tough for the Giants. In the end, the Eagles are 5-2 on the road this season and have playoffs on their mind. To top it off, they have an 8-2 record against the Giants in New York.

The third leg of our NFL multi is the Minnesota Vikings to defeat the Bengals. We backed the Bengals last week against the Bears and they produced just 7 points in a pathetic 33-7 scoreline. It won’t get any easier this week against the Vikings, which has us confident in Minnesota. They lost a close one against the Panthers on the road, but this should be a perfect rebound game. They have dominated at home with a 5-1 record this season and the defence is the key. They allow just 17 points per game and face the Bengals offence that only averages 18 points per game. Against a modest Bears D, the Bengals managed just 234 total yards and Andy Dalton completed under 50% of his passes! They’ll also face their former Defensive coordinator in Mike Zimmer. So the odds are well stacked in the Vikings favour here.

In the last leg, we’ll be taking the Falcons against the Buccaneers. With a huge win over the Saints last Friday, the 8-5 Falcons are back in the playoff hunt. They can still win the division or earn a wildcard place. So this is an important game against the Bucs. They’ve lost three straight games and have nothing left to play for. They also lost against the Falcons just a few weeks ago and the defence will be the issue. Julio Jones ran riot in that game, collecting 253 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns from 15 targets. We’re expecting Matt Ryan will look to continue this combination against the Bucs woeful passing defence. They allow 270 passing yards per game at home and rank 30th in the NFL. In contrast, the Falcons are showing good signs on defence as they’ve allowed just 31 total points against the Saints and Vikings over the last 2 weeks. They beat the Bucs 34-20 in the last meeting and we can’t see a different result.

NFL Week 15 Multi – All bets placed with CrownBet

Ravens to beat Browns $1.32
Eagles to beat Giants $1.30
Vikings to beat Bengals $1.18
Falcons to beat Buccaneers $1.38

Combine Price: $2.79

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December 13, 2017 by : Posted in Expert Betting Tips No Comments

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